Netscape Enterprise Server

Netscape Enterprise Server was a web server developed originally by Netscape Communications Corporation. The product was renamed Sun Java System Web Server, reflecting the product's acquisition by Sun Microsystems, and then, when Oracle acquired Sun in 2010,[1] to Oracle iPlanet Web Server.[2]

Open-Source

Sun Microsystems open-sourced Netscape Enterprise Server under the BSD license in January 2009.[3]

Major releases

  • Netscape Enterprise Server 6.1
  • Netscape Enterprise Server 6.0. Released November 19, 2001
  • Netscape Enterprise Server 4.1
  • Netscape Enterprise Server 4.0.1
  • Netscape Enterprise Server 4.0. Released September, 1999
  • Netscape Enterprise Server 3.6 SP3
  • Netscape Enterprise Server 3.6 SP2
  • Netscape Enterprise Server 3.6 SP1
  • Netscape Enterprise Server 3.6. Released January, 1999
  • Netscape Enterprise Server 3.5.1
  • Netscape Enterprise Server 3.0.1
  • Netscape Enterprise Server 3.0
  • Netscape Enterprise Server 2.0.1. Released November, 1996
  • Netscape Enterprise Server 2.0. Released March 5, 1996[4]
  • Netscape Enterprise Server 1.0. Release December, 1994[5]

See also

References

  1. ^ "Oracle and Sun Microsystems". Strategic Acquisitions. Oracle. February 19, 2015. Retrieved 2015. 
  2. ^ "Sun Software Products Map". Oracle. Retrieved 2015. 
  3. ^ http://krow.livejournal.com/630580.html Brian "Krow" Aker's Idle Thoughts - Netscape Enterprise Server, Now Open Source
  4. ^ "Netscape Introduces Netscape Enterprise Server(tm) 2.0". The Free Library. PR Newswire. March 5, 1996. Retrieved . 
  5. ^ "Netscape's Journey from NetSite to iPlanet". Enterprise Systems Journal. June 14, 2000. Retrieved . 

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